What is the Student Research Conference?
The Student Research Conference is the largest student-run annual conference on education research in the United States. Now in its 24th year, the SRC is held at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and provides an opportunity for a community of education scholars, policymakers and practitioners to come together and share our ongoing and completed research in the field of education. The day-long conference features panels, roundtables, and poster presentations by students from HGSE and visitors from across the country. These sessions are facilitated by faculty and advanced doctoral students. Last year's conference featured participants from over 30 institutions in North America.
One of the primary purposes of the SRC is to provide a venue for students and recent graduates to gain valuable conference presentation experience, receive critical and constructive feedback on academic work and form new ties with peers across a wide network of academic scholars. All students are invited to submit completed research, works in progress, or non-empirical work such as literature reviews, theory papers, and policy papers.
If you have any questions regarding the 2019 Student Research Conference, please contact us at HarvardSRC2019@gmail.com.